British engineers are all set to build a new car that would be able to break the land speed record.
The car Bloodhound, which will be developed in Bristol, will be designed to run faster than 1,000mph.
Bloodhound will be equipped with three engines, a 400kg Eurofighter Typhoon jet engine, rocket engine and a third engine that will pump fuel through to the rocket.
A desert in the Northern Cape of South Africa has been chosen for the trial, which is expected to take place in 2011.
Earlier in 1997, RAF pilot Andy Green had made a record by driving the vehicle at a speed of 763mph.
Bloodhound is a private venture being sponsored a number of companies including aerospace giant Lockheed Martin and Intel.